American Lung Association’s smoking report fails Minnesota
(ABC 6 News) – A new report form the American Lung Association gives Minnesota a failing grade when it comes to flavored tobacco.
The ALA gives Minnesota an “F” because the state has not banned the sale of flavored tobacco products.
Minnesota also received an “F” for its lack of funding tobacco prevention programs.
However, the state did receive an “A” for the strength of its smoke free workplace laws.